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Abelló Collection Exhibition, in CentroCentro de Cibeles, until March 2015

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Canaletto's work from the Abelló Collection exhibition in the Cibeles palace in Madrid

Within the series of exhibitions Patronage at the service of art, which since 2012 has been taking place at the exhibition center CenterCenter of the Cibeles Palace from Madrid, until March 1, 2015 you have the opportunity to know one of the most important private art collections in the world.

Having been able to see the exhibitions of the art collections of the Alba House and of Masaveu, now is the married Abelló who presents 160 works from his private collection.

In you exhibition visit Abelló Collection in the exhibition center of Cibeles Palace, current headquarters of City of Madrid, you can see works by artists as prestigious as El Greco, Goya, Ribera, Zurbarán, Murillo, Sorolla, Fortuny, Picasso, Dalí, Van Gogh, Degas, Modigliani, Klimt, Kandinsky, Munch, Matisse, Bacon or Tapies, among others.


Toulous Lautrec's work at the Abelló Collection exhibition in the Cibeles palace in Madrid

This collection had never been exhibited in public in a joint way, so it is a unique opportunity.

Among the works on display, it is worth mentioning that there are some of the poorly represented authors in Spanish museums and collections, such Canaletto or Guardi.

The exhibition of the Abelló Collection He takes a tour of art between the fifteenth and twentieth centuries, starting from a tribute to El Greco on the occasion of the fourth centenary of his death, with the work The Stigmatization of San Francisco.


Work of Zurbarán in the Abelló Collection exhibition in the Cibeles palace in Madrid

There are dedicated rooms, among other topics, to Madrid, Villa and Court; from gothic to humanism; Goya and his world; he European naturalism or Picasso and his contemporaries.

Note that the exposure benefits have been assigned to Caritas by marriage Abelló.

Abelló exhibition schedule

The exhibition visiting hours Abelló Collection They are, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., although on the last weekend, on February 28 and March 1, the exhibition will be open until 10 p.m.

The ticket prices they are, generally, 6 euros; reduced for seniors +65, students, youth card, people with disabilities and people in legal unemployment, 4 euros; and admission is free for children under 13 years. In addition, on the first Tuesday of each month, admission is free for all visitors.

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